603 views

Over 13,000 photos and growing!


  6 - June - 2019

This Month       Today's Picture       Select a Month

Submit a Picture

Where is My Picture?!

The Queue


Select by   Contributor

Met Name

Met Type

Thin Sections


Recent Comments

An MPOD Classic
from 6 June 2014

 
Katol   contributed by Gourgues Denis   MetBul Link


Roll Overs:     #1   #2   #3   #4    


Click the picture to view larger photos

View all entries for   Meteorite (5)   Contributor (83)


533 milligrams. 10 x 8 x 8 mm.   L6

TKW 13 kg. Fall observed May 22, 2012, near the town of Katol in the Nagpur District of India.


Visit me on Ebay.
Click to view larger photos

Photo 1

Photo 2

Photo 3

Photo 4

Found at the arrow (green or red) on the map below

 


Comment on this MPOD                      
Name
Comment

980 max length

  Please - NO Dealer Ads in the comments
but pictures from dealers are gladly accepted

Tomorrow

Bursa
Twink Monrad

This Month

John Divelbiss
 6/6/2019 6:49:43 PM
Katol is a special meteorite for sure...I recall folks initially thought it was an achondrite based on its' igneous-like look. Still looks pretty special as this example shows.
Bernd Pauli
 6/6/2019 9:14:52 AM
Love those bright green chromium-rich pyroxenes. By the way, Ray D. et al. (2017) classify Katol as an L6-7!
 

Hosted by
Tucson Meteorites
Server date and time
5/28/2022 6:03:45 PM
Last revised
4/3/22
Terms of Use Unsubscribe